Prep your projects and get your edits ready. These are the submission details for the four categories in our upcoming Invisible Photographer Asia Awards 2018.
Sean Lee (@puayyang) was born in 1985 and grew up in Singapore. His first body of work was Shauna, made between 2007 and 2009.
Spotlighting photographers and artists in Asia with takeover sessions on our Instagram feed. Click #IPAinstagramtakeover hashtag to view more.
Andri Tambunan is a documentary photographer and multimedia journalist based in Jakarta and Bali, Indonesia. He works on assignments and self-initiated projects focusing on social, environmental, and human rights issues.
Once when I was 5 or 6 years old, my dad gave me a piggyback ride one night and I looked up to the sky. I saw a ball of light, looked almost like one of the stars but it flew in circle for a while.
Hannah Reyes Morales is a Filipina photojournalist whose work focuses on individuals mired in complex situations created by inequality, poverty, and impunity.
Charmaine Poh is a Singaporean-Chinese documentary photographer and artist whose work concerns memory, gender, youth, and solitude.
I have had the chance to travel to several places in Myanmar in the past ten years. Two states that are in the spotlight of international news are the Rakhine and Kachin states.
Philip Ho (@thehumanawkward) is an IPA Alumnus and recent photography graduate from NTU School of Art, Design and Media (ADM) in Singapore. Philip also won this year’s Kwek Leng Joo Prize of Excellence in Still Photography.
Taking the helm recently was Igor Chekachkov @chekachkov, a young artist from Ukraine. Ha is also one of our latest #IPAMentorship Grant recipients.
We have been inviting photographers and artists in Asia and spotlighting them in #IPAinstagramtakeover sessions on our Instagram feed.
I am left imagining if Punggol was the scene of some post-Anthropocene reterritorialization, where the animals are the ones who have rehabilitated the space the space we left behind.
Beyond the River, Across the Sea juxtaposes Fujianess fallen American Dream and fraught relationship with their ever-changing landscape of homeland.
‘Sento’ was originally introduced to the Japanese people by Buddhist monks as a part of their missionary work in the Sixth Century.
A series of photographs which question the luxury of new high-rise buildings which are mushrooming all over Bangkok.